Random Thoughts on Margin
Life is lived on the margin, but no one wants to be marginal.
No one thinks of margin until they have none.
If your life on the margin is the average, you are in a rut.
Every page has four margins, but only one looks ragged: the right.
We all need margin to be our best, but usually we are stuck on average.
Personal growth always shows up on the margin. "One more" always yields a lot more.
Success is found on the margin, yet without margin success is rarely sustainable.
Without margin in your life, the "important but not urgent" never ring the doorbell.
Losing on the margin but making it on volume is truer than we want to admit.
Margin sets the boundaries on the outside of things, but growth is always on the inside.
Margin calls are a calling we all should avoid.
Betting on yourself can sometimes lead to a margin call.
Gross margin shows what we do with what we have; net margin shows what we spent to create the opportunity.
You can eat “margin” in the South with Bama jelly and white bread.
Sunk costs often sink the next great marginal choice.
No margin in one’s life always lowers your marginal productivity and happiness.
Without God, marginal profitability never satisfies.
“On average, the gross margin is …” seems like a contradiction in terms.
One letter can have a significant impact: The margin of error is vastly different from the margin for error.
Feedback and course corrections are often found in the margins.
Accepting that life is always on the margin changes everything.
If you do not think margin is valuable, try living without it.